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ISBN: 9781259327933

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CHEMISTRY: ATOMS FIRST VOL 1 W/CON...

14th Edition
Burdge
ISBN: 9781259327933

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

From the ball-and-stick model molecular formula has to be derived and named.

Concept introduction:

  • Molecular formula is a chemical formula which shows nature and total number of atoms in a molecule.
  • Example: Benzene -C6H6, thiophene -C4H4S
  • It has prefix for each number of atom viz. mono-(1), di-(2), tri-(3), etc.
  • The structure of name of binary compound is prefix + first element name + prefix + second element root name + ide.
  • Examples for root name:
  • images

    Figure 1

  • First element name should be given for more electropositive element.
  • Second element name should be given for more electronegative element.

To derive: Molecular formula and chemical name of figure (a)

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

From the ball-and-stick model molecular formula has to be derived and named.

Concept introduction:

  • Molecular formula is a chemical formula which shows nature and total number of atoms in a molecule.
  • Example: Benzene -C6H6, thiophene -C4H4S
  • It has prefix for each number of atom viz. mono-(1), di-(2), tri-(3), etc.
  • The structure of name of binary compound is prefix + first element name + prefix + second element root name + ide.
  • Examples for root name:
  • images

    Figure 1

  • First element name should be given for more electropositive element.
  • Second element name should be given for more electronegative element.

To derive: molecular formula and chemical name of figure (b)

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

From the ball-and-stick model molecular formula has to be derived and named.

Concept introduction:

  • Molecular formula is a chemical formula which shows nature and total number of atoms in a molecule.
  • Example: Benzene -C6H6, thiophene -C4H4S
  • It has prefix for each number of atom viz. mono-(1), di-(2), tri-(3), etc.
  • The structure of name of binary compound is prefix + first element name + prefix + second element root name + ide.
  • Examples for root name:
  • images

    Figure 1

  • First element name should be given for more electropositive element.
  • Second element name should be given for more electronegative element.

To derive: Molecular formula and chemical name of figure (c)

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